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3-6C-4 Vacation leave--Accrual and accumulation--Advanced leave.
     3-6C-4.   Vacation leave--Accrual and accumulation--Advanced leave. Each permanent employee shall earn up to one hundred twenty hours vacation leave per full year of employment. A permanent employee with more than fifteen years employment shall earn up to one hundred sixty hours vacation leave per full year of employment. Vacation leave shall be accrued on an hourly, biweekly, semimonthly, or monthly basis as determined by the human resources commissioner. Vacation leave may not be used until the employee has served the initial six-month period. Vacation leave is cumulative only to the extent of that which may be earned in a period of time not exceeding two years of regular and continuous state employment. Vacation leave may not be advanced to an employee at any time.

Source: SL 2012, ch 23, § 15; SL 2019, ch 21, § 4.


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